For women, striving to be your best, and not equality, should be the goal It is only a lack of the appreciation of how God and nature works that makes women, even those of supposedly Christian convictions, join the warped worldly ideology of those demanding women equality with men. God made the woman so powerful that, although man was first created, every other human born by natural birth, including the saviour of the world, came from the womb of the woman. Naturally, with such a great power also comes great responsibility. The goal of any individual, man or woman, should be how to advance oneself, while managing humbly, the balance between power and responsibility. In the real sense, as far as there is a distinction between two things, they can never be equal. A lot of men today who move around with so much bravado as “head of the house” are not in control of their homes, their children, or even their wife’s sexual diary! Power can be very deceptive, and is often times just on paper: That is why kings and presidents fall easily. Feminists today, who started their cause by championing women empowerment, (which is great IMO), have become bored with their original story and are now seeking to bring demean masculinity and dismantle the patriarchy. Ignorance and shortsightedness cannot even make them realize that women (and indeed humanity) needs strong males as much as strong females. History shows that while women have constantly been abused, assaulted and victimized by evil men, the flip side of the story is that in most cases, it is good men that rise to protect the woman. Men have been victims of evils perpetrated by the wicked just as much as women. The headcount during wars or in prisons will testify to that. Our goal as individuals should be striving to become the best of what we can be. Pulling others down for you to rise is unethical and unchristian, such things should be left for nature and fate to determine. A biblical lesson we can learn from is story of Saul and David. Although David had already been anointed king over Israel, he never sought to kill Saul and even passed the opportunity when it presented himself. Also, as a reminder; the very first sin in the Bible was caused by Lucifer’s inordinate ambition to seek equality with God. No matter how much we as humans demand to be treated justly, we must be careful of the doctrine of equality as it is fraught with it demerits.